Taking Back Our Stolen History


HistoryHeist.com provides a chronological history of events that most likely did not happen as we have been taught in our history books. The word ‘history’ comes from the Greek word historia meaning “knowledge acquired by inquiry or investigation,” so this site provides an alternative history where investigations tell a different story than the official account. Remembering American history is necessary to counteract a communist tactic of deconstruction, which is: (1) say negative things about a country’s founders so people emotionally detach from them, (2) then the people are moved into a neutral position where they don’t remember where they came from, (3) then they can be easily brainwashed into the communist future planned for them. History is written by the winners. No one is taught in school that almost all of the wars were started with false flag events to incite the masses for support wars that they were completely uninterested in previously.

The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history. – George Orwell

A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots. – Marcus Garvey

The official narratives are often meant to divert the public from the truth and alternative media has been under attack by the deep state controlled media deeming anything that contradicts the official narrative as fake news. The deep state has leveraged themselves as the senior editors of Wikipedia, while CIA funded and controlled Google has admittedly modified their algorithms to eliminate alternative media and history from the first several pages of searches on Google. Youtube (Google owned) has attempted to demonetize alternative and conservative videos from media ad revenue for numerous accounts that have not violated any terms of use. Censorship has been occurring in the media for many years and the establishment has been able to maintain the illusion of a free press in spite of whistleblowers who cannot get their stories out except via alternative media or books they must often self-publish.


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